Middle-aged Brits rank travel and 'getting the kids to move out' among top bucket list wishes

Middle-aged Brits rank travel and 'getting the kids to move out' among top bucket list wishes

Researchers found far from planning a pipe and slippers-style retirement, this generation of fifty-somethings are plotting dramatic changes during their golden years. While "'seeing the world" was top of the pile of ambitions, learning a foreign language and going to more concerts…

Brit’s submerged art gallery in the Maldives DESTROYED by pickaxe-wielding cops after president declares it ‘offensive to Islam’

Brit’s submerged art gallery in the Maldives DESTROYED by pickaxe-wielding cops after president declares it ‘offensive to Islam’

The British-designed installation at the Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi resort was destroyed last week after being criticised by religious leaders in the country. Islam is the official religion paradise island chain which is also a popular destination for Brit honeymooners. Outgoing…

Brits could face a Netflix blackout following Brexit

Brits could face a Netflix blackout following Brexit

Brits could face a Netflix blackout during holidays to Europe following Brexit Current ‘portability’ rules mean subscribers get same content in EU as at home But after March 29, 2019 users could be restricted to services available locally UK tourists’ favourite shows…

Figures show that Brits have a 'high risk of dying early from cancer and heart disease', a new study reveals

Figures show that Brits have a 'high risk of dying early from cancer and heart disease', a new study reveals

Imperial College London created a league table analysing deaths from so-called non-communicable disease (NCDs) – chronic conditions including cancer, heart disease, stroke and diabetes. South Korea was top of the table for women aged 30-70 from the list of diseases with the…

Brits in Benidorm and Magaluf are downing putrid £4-a-throw cocktails made with fruit rinsed in TOILET WATER

Brits in Benidorm and Magaluf are downing putrid £4-a-throw cocktails made with fruit rinsed in TOILET WATER

Cops in Spain are now mounting extra patrols in Benidorm and elsewhere to crack down on the lucrative, illegal and dangerous trade. Visitors to beach resorts – including Magaluf and Salou – have also told stomach-churning stories involving booze flogged on the…

Michael Gove urges Tories to 'appeal beyond core vote' and bring in young Brits or risk losing to Corbyn

Michael Gove urges Tories to 'appeal beyond core vote' and bring in young Brits or risk losing to Corbyn

The Environment Secretary is calling on his colleagues to convince the public they "understand the need for change". He is speaking tonight at the launch of a new think-tank, called Onward, designed to spread the Conservative message to all parts of the…

UK weather set for heatwave as thousands of Brits hit the beach on the hottest May Day bank holiday in 40 YEARS

UK weather set for heatwave as thousands of Brits hit the beach on the hottest May Day bank holiday in 40 YEARS

The heat is expected to increase throughout the weekend as Brits head out to parks and beaches to enjoy some long-awaited sunshine. Barbados is predicted to hit a high of 25C, as the UK rivals the Caribbean hotspot. Supermarkets are braced for…

UK heatwave – Sunbathing Brits warned to stay out of the sea over fears freezing waters could cause hypothermia

UK heatwave – Sunbathing Brits warned to stay out of the sea over fears freezing waters could cause hypothermia

The recent bitterly cold weather from the “Beast from the East” has left Britain’s waters colder than an “ice bath”, with swimmers running the risk of severe hypothermia if they wade in. The RNLI and coastguards have warned the public not to…

UK heatwave – Sunbathing Brits warned to stay out of the sea over fears freezing waters could cause hypothermia

UK heatwave – Sunbathing Brits warned to stay out of the sea over fears freezing waters could cause hypothermia

The recent bitterly cold weather from the “Beast from the East” has left Britain’s waters colder than an “ice bath”, with swimmers running the risk of severe hypothermia if they wade in. The RNLI and coastguards have warned the public not to…

UK weather has thousands of pale Brits complaining about sunburn as heatwave scorches the nation – and there's more to come

UK weather has thousands of pale Brits complaining about sunburn as heatwave scorches the nation – and there's more to come

The mercury soared to 29.1C yesterday, making it the hottest April day in nearly 70 years, with forecasters again expecting sizzling summer-like temperatures to once again hit the UK today. But some have been left a little worse for wear after trying…

Brits have more cash in their pockets again as inflation unexpectedly drops to 2.5% – the lowest rate in a year

Brits have more cash in their pockets again as inflation unexpectedly drops to 2.5% – the lowest rate in a year

After yesterday’s revelation the pay squeeze is officially over, a smaller rise in clothing and footwear prices providing further relief for cash-squeezed households. Figures from the Office for National Statistics show the Consumer Prices Index fell in March, compared with 2.7 per…